Tag Archives: social marketing
[meta]marketer founder and CEO Kate O’Neill is interviewed in the Tennessean this morning about social media and networking for cause marketing and awareness: When women throughout the country were advertising their bra colors for breast cancer awareness on Facebook last week, posting single-word status updates such as “yellow,” “chartreuse” and “none,” local marketing exec Kate [...]
This morning I gave a talk on the basics of social media which was co-presented by Nashville Technology Council and Digital Nashville. You can see the slides from that presentation here: Social Media 101 View more presentations from Kate O’Neill. You can also access the handout I gave attendees to help them plan their social [...]
We here at [meta]marketer are advocates of recognizing any potentially meaningful tools that may exist in the marketer’s toolbox. But tools, whether a hammer or a broadcast email, have unique characteristics, and so we regard each tool with the following observations: You should measure carefully when using any tool. Each tool is not relevant to [...]
Last week, I presented at a workshop at Lipscomb University called “Social Media Revolution” along with fellow local social media experts Bill Seaver of MicroExplosion Media and Rob Robinson of McNeely Pigott & Fox. The thrust of my portion of the event was on measurement and risk management, and since these are topics that our [...]
Yes, Virginia, there is value in social media. A remarkable amount of businesspeople still think Twitter is a waste of time and Facebook is for silly quizzes. Some still think blogging is self-indulgent. But how do you get from “hello World” to something that actually drives your business?